|Venetsiianskii kupets; drama v piati dieistviiakh (Volume v.1) - 880-01 Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616|
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Dept.) copy bound with: King Lear. Russian. 1833; and Macbeth. Russian. 1837
Keywords: Merchant of Venice
|31 Days, 31 Villains: Shylock|
On today's Villain Countdown episode, we start in on the top 25 with Shylock, the wronged Jewish moneylender in The Merchant of Venice. The Villains so far: #31 - Iachimo, Cymbeline #30 - Saturninus, Titus Andronicus #29 - Cloten, Cymbeline #28, #27 - Chiron and Demetrius, Titus Andronicus #26 - Caliban, The Tempest #25, Shylock, Merchant of Venice. Follow me at www.theshakespeareminute.org, www.facebook.com/TheShakespeareMinute, cassius614.tumblr.com, and on Twitter at @Cassius614 for more Shak...
Keywords: shakespeare; william shakespeare; merchant of venice; shylock
|BB: Merchant of Venice, Act V - Daniel J. Rowe|
The Bard Brawlers finish up Act V of the Merchant of Venice, and get a little bit of Sonnet 13
Keywords: William Shakespeare; Merchant of Venice; Act V; Sonnet 13; Bard Brawl; rings; Portia; Bassiano
|BB: The Merchant of Venice, The Speeches - Daniel J. Rowe|
Eric Jean and Daniel J. Rowe go through some of their favourite speeches from the Bard Brawlers reading of the Merchant of Venice
Keywords: William Shakespeare; The Merchant of Venice; Shakespearean Comedy; Sonnet 5; Shylock
|Shakespeare Chattanooga opens, "The Merchant of Venice." - Monessa Guilfoil|
Founder Janis Hashe directs Shakespeare Chattanooga production of this comedy by the Bard. "The Merchant of Venice" runs at the Jewish Cultural Community Center through Feb. 14, 2012.
Keywords: Shakespeare Chattanooga; Janis Hashe; The Merchant of Venice; 2012; Jewish Cultural Community Center
|BB: Merchant of Venice, Act IV - Daniel J. Rowe|
The Bard Brawlers both current and past go through Act IV of the Merchant of Venice, followed by Sonnet 15
Keywords: William Shakespeare; Merchant of Venice; Act IV; Sonnet 15; Bard Brawl; Shylock; Antonio; Mercy; Justice; Law
|BB: Merchant of Venice, Act III - Daniel J. Rowe|
The Bard Brawlers go through Act III of the Merchant of Venice with a bonus sonnet 98 from Melissa Alinna Taylor.
Keywords: William Shakespeare; Merchant of Venice; Act III; Sonnet 98; Bard Brawl
|The Bard Brawl: Merchant of Venice, Act I - Daniel J. Rowe|
The Bard Brawlers go through the first act of the Merchant of Venice.
Keywords: The Bard Brawl; The Merchant of Venice; Act I; Shylock; Antonio; William Shakespeare
|"The Merchant of Venice" Shakespeare; audio/abridged; with Dame Peggy Ashcroft - William Thomas Sherman, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.gunjones.com|
"The Merchant of Venice" (abridged)by William ShakespearecastAntonio.........Michael DavenportBassanio........John WestbrookPortia..........Dame Peggy AshcroftNerissa.........Margaret WorsleyStephano........John DavidsonShylock.........Eric PortmanPrince of Morocco...Michael KilgarriffJessica.........Annette CrosbieLorenzo.........Robin PhillipsPrince of Arragon....John DavidsonServant.........Morris PerrySalerio.........Michael KilgarriffGratiano........Brian HawksleyDuke of Venice..Morris Perr...
Keywords: Living Shakespeare series; William Shakespeare; Merchant of Venice; Dame Peggy Ashcroft
|Merchant of Venice (Pennsylvania Dutch) - Dept. of Communications at Elizabethtown College|
Dr. Ralph W. Schlosser, former Professor of English and President of Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania, translated the Court Scene from William Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice into Pennsylvania Dutch (also known as Pennsylvania German) in 1940. This is a recording for the scene as it was performed. The date of the recording is currently unknown
Keywords: William Shakespeare; Shakespeare; Merchant of Venice; Elizabethtown College; Ralph Schlosser; Pennsylvania Dutch; Pennsylvania German; Lancaster; Pennsylvania; Amish; German; Drama
|2originalpoemsbyEnriquetaCarrington - Enriqueta Carrington|
Poet Enriqueta Carrington reads 2 original works for the Princeton Public Library's 2008 Poetry Podcast Blog in celebration of National Poetry Month. To visit the blog and hear all of our poets, please visit http://pplpoetpodcast2008.wordpress.com
Keywords: princeton; Enriqueta Carrington; Poetry; Poet; Poem; Podcast; poetry podcast; princeton public library; library podcast; princeton poets; James McCullough; Merchant of venice; Shakespeare
|MerchantOfVenicePrincetonRepCompanyReading - PPL|
Princeton Rep Shakespeare Festival actor James McCullough reads Act III, Scene II of the 'Merchant Of Venice' for the Princeton Public Library's 2008 Poetry Podcast Blog in celebration of National Poetry Month. To visit the blog and hear all of our poets, please visit http://pplpoetpodcast2008.wordpress.com
Keywords: princeton; Princeton Rep Shakespeare Festival; Poetry; Poet; Poem; Podcast; poetry podcast; princeton public library; library podcast; princeton poets; James McCullough; Merchant of venice; Shakespeare
|BB: Merchant of Venice, Act II - Daniel J. Rowe|
The bard brawlers go through Act II of the Merchant of Venice. The Act is composed of 9 scenes and a whole ton of characters. Fear not, however, as the brawlers will guide you through.
Keywords: William Shakespeare; the Merchant of Venice; Act II; Daniel J. Rowe; Eric Jean; Andre Simoneau; Miki Laval; Stephanie E.M. Coleman; Hannah Dorozio; Shylock; Antonio; Portia; comedy
|A Shakespeare Gallimaufry - The Rhapsodes of Rhapsodize|
A Shakespeare Gallimaufry A hodgepodge rhapsody of speeches, sonnets, and scenes from the works of the Bard of Stratford-upon-Avon performed by the rhapsodes of Rhapsodize Audio. 1. A Rhapsody of Words - performed by Denis Daly, Caprisha Page, Jannie Meisberger, and Bob Gonzalez An Artfully Arranged Patchwork of Verse and Prose Short Passages from Various Plays 2. How Sweet the Moonlight - Lorenzo from The Merchant of Venice - performed by Winston Tharp 3...
Keywords: Shakespeare; Julius Caesar; The Merchant of Venice; Hamlet; Henry IV; Henry IV; King Lear; A Midsummer Night's Dream; Cymbeline; The Tempest; sonnets; rhapsody; rhapsodes; poetry; drama; performance
|Shakespeare Lectures - Dept. of Communications at Elizabethtown College|
Dr. Ralph W. Schlosser's lectures on the life and work of William Shakespeare. Recorded in 1965 and 1966. Dr. Schlosser was Professor of English and former President of Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania.
Keywords: William Shakespeare; Shakespeare; Richard III; Henry IV; The Tempest; Merchant of Venice; Much Ado About Nothing; Academics; Drama; Elizabethtown College; Ralph Schlosser
|Shakespeare Monologues Collection 009 - William Shakespeare|
LibriVox readers present the ninth collection of monologues from Shakespeare’s plays. Containing 20 parts. William Shakespeare (April 26, 1564 – April 23, 1616) remains widely to be considered the single greatest playwright of all time. He wrote in such a variety of genres - tragedy, comedy, romance, &c - that there is always at least one monologue in each of his plays. Some of these teach a lesson, some simply characterize Shakespeare at his best, some are funny, some sad, but all are very ...
Keywords: public; domain; shakespeare; drama; plays; monologues; famous; audio; elizabethan; merchant of venice; midsummer night's dream; king john; all's well that ends well; richard ii; king lear; othello; hamlet; titus andronicus; antony and cleopatra; macbeth; twelfth night; winter's tale; tempest
|Aish Kodesh 11/4/2010 Toldot Rabbi Henoch Dov Hoffman - Henoch Dov Hoffman, Tsivya|
Aish Kodesh November 4, 2010, Toldot The power of letters and the power of children learning letters, so itâs really interesting you come in with that bit of news about your niece. The mouth of G*d is the womb of the world. Baruch she-amar Blessed is the One who spoke and the world came into being. Aish Kodesh was talking about if you do not know if the Torah is kosher, you have to ask a child if it is right...
Keywords: Letters; children; triangles; eyen; dalad; rashe; gimmel; prayer; eare; eye; ra-av; drought; eruv; evening; confusion; west; evrit; Abraham; avar; Be'er Sheva; surpassing your personality; security; Markova; desire; anger; candlelighting; begging; Kutzker Rebbe; dogs; Sarah; Laban; Rivka; Yaakov; Asav; Merchant of Venice; Shylock; Hagar; families; family traits; Avimelech; The Mouth Of Everyone; favoritism; old age